Killifish, livebearer and anabantoid charity auction in the UK this Saturday

by Owen James

One of the killifish for sale this saturday

One of the killifish for sale this Saturday

Fans of fish like the gorgeous killi above should head to Redditch, Worcestershire, this Saturday December 7th, for the Midland Charity auction.

According to TA-Aquaculture:

Bids start at £3 and increase in 50p increments up to £10, where bid increments go up by £1.

Day membership (entrance fee) is £2, which all goes into the charity pot. This auction’s nominated charities are MacMillans Cancer and the Air Ambulance.

All fish should be bagged responsibly with one-third water and two-thirds air. Corners should be rounded and the bag should be inflated. Bags which leak or are considered not conducive to the well-being of the fish will be returned to the seller for rebagging.

The room will be heated as usual. Sellers should consider transporting fish in polystyrene boxes with a heat pack or hot-water vessel wrapped in a full newspaper.

We’re also assured: “Food will be provided. The usual December fare of pork & stuffing baps will be available. Tea, coffee and a full bar.”

The auction address:
Lodge Park Social Club
Wirehill Drive, Lodge Park, Redditch, Worcestershire

Visit the organiser’s website for a list of fish to be auctioned.

Check out Katy's Tropical Fish Guide for more aquarium info.

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jeffry r. johnston 12.03.08 at 8:38 pm

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Owen James 12.03.08 at 9:50 pm

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Thanks again! :)

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